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|What a strange thing man is; and what a stranger thing woman. - Byron, Lord A |
woman who gives any advantage to a man may expect a lover -- but will sooner
or later find a tyrant. - Byron, Lord There is something to me very softening in the
|Martin Leicht, Isla Neal. What a strange thing is man? and what a stranger Is |
woman! —Lord Byron, “Don Juan,” canto 9 Chapter One In Which our Heroine Is
Licked bya Bear.
|Byron, Lord What a strange thing man is; and what a stranger thing woman. - |
Byron, Lord A woman who gives any advantage to a man may expect a lover --
but will sooner or later find a tyrant. - Byron, Lord There is something to me very ...
|... it Never say anything about yourself you would not want to come true A very |
sad thing that most the people you meet do ... encampment but it takes a woman
to make it a home What a strange thing man is; yet what a stranger thing is
|It was in this place, and at this moment, that a strange thing happened to my |
fancy. I thought it a strange thing then, and I thought it a stranger thing long
afterwards. I turned my eyes—a little dimmed by looking up at the frosty light—
towards a ...
|Wives always think they know their man, but they know only the part he reveals. |
... Women had said some strange things to me before, done even stranger things
to me, but no one had been a combination motivational speaker–whore before.
|The figure of the hanging woman has a long history that pre-dates de Man's |
encounter with it in 1937; indeed, we can be sure that de Man's own relation to
that ... I thought it a strange thing then, and I thought it a stranger thing long
|I am a man. How can I say anything about woman? Lord Byron says: "What a |
strange thing is man! And what a stranger is woman!" From my own experience
he is right. Though I know many women friends as well as the female members of
|26. saying, we have seen /. thing J to-day Actt 17 .20. thou bring* st certain s, |
things to our ears STRANGE vanities. ... 16. to deliver thee from the /. woman 5.3.
the lips ofaz. women drop as an honey-comb 20. why wilt thou be ravished with a
... 21. that he may do his work, his /. work STRANGER, 1] One that it in a it range
land, be in; at a dis- 'sncefrom the place ...  A woman that if not a man's men